I found out I was a little during my freshman year of college.
Quite the time to figure it out, hmm?
I remember learning about “little gear”, or things that can help you into “littlespace” and feel more comfortable in your regression.
New things can oftentimes seem very scary because of new terminology, experiences, feelings, and terminology, so let’s break it down a bit!
Being an agere isn’t easy. There’s a lot of stigma that follows suit. A lot of people consider it to be very disturbing and oftentimes morally wrong, leaving ageres to be stuck in a place where we can feel like we’re doing something wrong—something that we oftentimes need in order to get through life.
Q: So how do you become more comfortable being an age regressor?
A: It depends on you. What is it that makes you uncomfortable about being an age regressor? Is it that it’s different? Is it the stigma? All in all, it might just be that you need to embrace it. Radical acceptance can get you many places!
Q: What little gear can I get to help age regress if I’m not in a place I can freely be one?
A: It depends! If you’re not in a space where you can freely be one, you might want to have some incognito ways to do so. Personally, I have stuffies from my childhood I “don’t want to let go of because of memories.” I love penguins and get cute things with them. I make being animated and cute part of my joking personality so I can get away with it sometimes. Sometimes it’s holding someone’s finger or two fingers with my whole hand to feel smaller.
Q: I’m x age, can I still be a little / middle / agere?
A: Of course! Being a little / middle is only dependent on you being older than your little / middle age.
Q: Is being a little / middle / agere bad?
A: Not at all. It’s a way you’re coping and you aren’t hurting anybody at all. Be yourself, you’re beautiful and valid.
Keep your head up, the sun still rises!
Mercury ( Pitch ) Neon